The Arizona Cardinals (6-0) will fight to keep their six-game winning streak alive in a Week 7 matchup with the Houston Texans (1-5). The Cardinals, listed at on the spread, take to their home field on October 24, 2021 at 4:25 PM ET on CBS against the Texans, on the moneyline to win. A total of points has been set for the game by bookmakers.
Before making a bet on this game, check out this article to see the best available odds and everything else you need to know about the matchup — including key metrics, weather, injuries, and more.
The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of October 21, 2021, 12:18 AM ET. See the table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.
Cardinals Vs. Texans Betting Odds
Cardinals Vs. Texans Player Props
Cardinals Vs. Texans Betting Angles
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Cardinals Vs. Texans Weather
State Farm Stadium has a retractable roof, but the weather report for Glendale on Sunday is dry (broken clouds) and calm (2 mph winds), with a high temperature of 80 degrees Fahrenheit (as of 12:18 AM on October 21).
Cardinals Vs. Texans Injury Report
|Brandin Cooks||WR||Non Injury Related||Questionable|
|Deshaun Watson||QB||Non Injury Related (personal)||Out|
Cardinals Offense Vs. Texans Defense
|Cardinals Offense||Stats (Rank)||Texans Defense|
|32.3 (4)||Points/Gm||28.7 (25)|
|0.49 (1)||Points/Play||0.46 (29)|
|403.0 (7)||Yards/Gm||391.2 (26)|
|290.2 (8)||Pass Yards/Gm||259.8 (15)|
|130.7 (5)||Rush Yards/Gm||141.3 (31)|
|6.1 (7)||Yards/Play||6.2 (28)|
|8.9 (2)||Yards/Pass||8.3 (29)|
|4.2 (14)||Yards/Rush||4.7 (27)|
|43.5% (8)||3rd Down %||40.6% (16)|
|67.9% (9)||Red Zone %||56.5% (14)|
|5 (3)||Turnovers||8 (10)|
|12 (14)||Sacks||10 (25)|
Texans Offense Vs. Cardinals Defense
|Texans Offense||Stats (Rank)||Cardinals Defense|
|15.3 (31)||Points/Gm||18.2 (2)|
|0.26 (31)||Points/Play||0.30 (4)|
|294.3 (29)||Yards/Gm||342.8 (10)|
|221.3 (30)||Pass Yards/Gm||232.2 (6)|
|87.2 (26)||Rush Yards/Gm||128.0 (23)|
|5.0 (28)||Yards/Play||5.6 (15)|
|7.3 (19)||Yards/Pass||6.9 (7)|
|3.3 (31)||Yards/Rush||5.2 (30)|
|44.0% (7)||3rd Down %||31.3% (3)|
|61.5% (18)||Red Zone %||55.6% (12)|
|11 (29)||Turnovers||13 (3)|
|13 (18)||Sacks||16 (5)|
When The Cardinals Have The Ball
- The Texans allow 0.46 points per play (29th in the league), and the Cardinals accumulate 0.49 per play (first in the NFL).
- Arizona ranks second in the NFL at 8.9 yards per pass attempt. Houston gives up 8.3 yards per passing play (29th in the league).
- The Cardinals have the fifth-ranked rushing offense in the NFL (130.7 yards per game), and will look to exploit the No. 31 defense in that category, as the Texans’ defense allows 141.3 per game on the ground.
- Arizona averages 6.1 yards per play (seventh in the NFL) compared to the 6.2 per play Houston gives up (28th in the league).
When The Texans Have The Ball
- The Cardinals have the second-ranked scoring defense (18.2 points per game). The Texans’ 31st-ranked scoring offense averages 15.3 points per game.
- Houston has a 0.26 point-per-play average (31st in the NFL), and Arizona gives up 0.30 per play (fourth in the league).
- The Texans rank 29th in the league, committing 11 turnovers this season, while the Cardinals are third with 13 turnovers forced.
- Arizona gives up 232.2 passing yards per game (sixth in the league). Houston gains 221.3 (30th).
Cardinals Betting Trends And Insights
- Arizona has won five games against the spread this season, while failing to cover once.
- Arizona and its opponents have combined to go over the point total three out of six times this season.
- Arizona and its opponents have combined to score more than 47.5 points in five of six games this season.
- The Cardinals have won all three of the games they have been the moneyline favorite this season.
Texans Betting Trends And Insights
- Houston has won three games against the spread this season, while failing to cover three times.
- The Texans have been an underdog by 17.5 points or more this year once, and failed to cover the spread.
- So far this season, three out of Houston’s six games with an over/under have gone over the point total.
- Houston has combined with its opponent to score more than 47.5 points only twice this season.
- The Texans have been underdogs in six games this season and won one (16.7%) of those contests.
Cardinals Players To Watch
- This season Kyler Murray has 1,741 passing yards (290.2 yards per game) while going 144-for-195 (73.8%) and connecting on 14 touchdowns with four interceptions. He has added 116 rushing yards and three touchdowns, averaging 19.3 yards per game.
- Chase Edmonds has rushed for a team-best 316 yards (52.7 per game). He also averages 27.2 receiving yards, hauling in 26 passes for 163 yards.
- James Conner has 272 rushing yards on 79 attempts, and five touchdowns.
- DeAndre Hopkins has 26 catches (38 targets) and paces his team with 367 receiving yards (61.2 ypg) and six touchdowns.
- Christian Kirk has been targeted 31 times and tacked on 358 yards (on 26 catches) plus three touchdowns.
- A.J. Green is averaging 56.7 yards per game, racking up 21 receptions (32 targets) for 340 yards and three touchdowns.
- This season Markus Golden leads the team with 4.0 sacks and has added 2.0 TFL and 16 tackles.
- Jordan Hicks’ 42 tackles, 2.0 TFL, and 3.0 sacks mean he’s the team’s top tackler.
- Byron Murphy has intercepted three passes to lead the team while adding 20 tackles and seven passes defended.
Texans Players To Watch
- This season Davis Mills has recorded 912 passing yards (152.0 per game) while going 88-for-139 (63.3%) and throwing for five touchdowns with seven interceptions.
- Mark Ingram II has rushed for a team-high 285 yards on 86 carries (47.5 yards per game) and one touchdown.
- Phillip Lindsay has run for 89 yards on 36 carries (14.8 yards per game), with one touchdown on the ground.
- Brandin Cooks has 40 catches (57 targets) and paces his team with 481 receiving yards (80.2 per game) while scoring one touchdown.
- Chris Conley has been targeted 12 times, and added 134 yards (on seven catches) and one touchdown.
- David Johnson has 127 receiving yards on 14 receptions (18 targets), with one touchdown.
- This season Jonathan Greenard leads the team with 4.0 sacks and has added 5.0 TFL and 13 tackles.
- Christian Kirksey has collected 43 tackles, 4.0 TFL, and one interception, and he’s tops on his team in tackles.
- This season Lonnie Johnson Jr. leads the team with two interceptions and has added 26 tackles and three passes defended.
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